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AFDI’s speakers at 9/11 PRESS CONFERENCE AT GROUND ZERO, 9/11/13

By | 2013-09-14T01:30:01+00:00 September 14th, 2013|Media|

    PAMELA GELLER AFDI PRESS CONFERENCE AT GROUND ZERO, 9/11/13   {youtube}hijeqGL_0sQ{/youtube}       ROBERT SPENCER AT AFDI 9/11 PRESS CONFERENCE AT GROUND ZERO, 9/11/13            {youtube}9IxMMoRhPfw{/youtube}                                   9/11 FIRST RESPONDER ALAN DEVONA

REELTalk: Ryan Mauro, Ashraf Ramelah and Richard Heideman

By | 2013-09-06T02:22:14+00:00 September 6th, 2013|Media|

Joining Audrey Russo for this week's REELTalk edition of Changing Worldviews - Terrorism analyst, Ryan Mauro to discuss Syria, NYC Terror Mosques and Gov. Chris Christies terror connections. AND, Voice of the Copts, Ashraf Ramelah to share about the plight of the Coptic Christians in Egypt during the Coup. PLUS, author of 'The Hague Odyssey',

Muslim Brotherhood destroying ancient sites

By | 2013-08-31T14:31:51+00:00 August 31st, 2013|Media|

The list of Christian churches, schools, institutions, shops torched by the Muslim Brotherhood in the last three days {youtube}ZL4db4cpKOE{/youtube}   The following list of some of the 85 looted and burned buildings (including convents and schools) has been verified by representatives of the Christian Churches.    At least 85 Christian churches, schools, institutions, homes and

Mursi: Political polarization in Egypt threatening democracy!!

By | 2013-06-27T10:35:14+00:00 June 27th, 2013|Media|

  Political polarization in Egypt is threatening the country’s democracy, President Mohammed Mursi said Wednesday ahead of planned mass protests on June 30 by opposition forces.   “Political polarization and conflict has reached a stage that threatens our nascent democratic experience and threatens to put the whole nation in a state of paralysis and chaos,”

Egypt says to pay fuel tankers waiting to dock

By | 2013-03-26T10:52:36+00:00 March 26th, 2013|Media|

Egypt’s government has allocated$235 million of funds to pay for imported fuel cargoes and “along queue of tankers” are waiting off the coast to discharge badly needed diesel, the oil minister said in remarks published on Tuesday.   Shortages of subsidized diesel have paralyzed transport in parts of Egypt, as the cash-strapped government faces pressure